Beginner | 13 min
Learn how to create the most iconic of all macramé projects: the Plant Hanger. Emily Katz shows you how to create a hanger out of cotton rope tied into simple square knots and half square knots. This project is totally customizable and can work with planters of any size. Emily will show you how to calculate the proportions of your planter and construct a hanger that will hold the pot perfectly.
Learn how to:
- Connect the rope to a brass ring to create the top of the hanger
- Divide ropes into three separate sections to work individually
- Create spirals using half square knots and square knots
- Create basket structure to cradle plant pot
- Learn how to macramé by making a plant hanger
- 3 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
- Detailed supplies list
- Step-by-step expert instruction from macramé artist Emily Katz
- The ability to leave comments, ask questions, and interact with other students
Here’s what you’ll need:
- 3/16” diameter cotton rope (6 lengths cut to 16 feet each)
- Simple brass ring
- Extra bit of rope
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